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June 15, 2014 11:36 PM

Educators say Kentucky is on the right track with Common Core standards

The names of the presidents of the University of Louisville and Kentucky State University were noticeably absent last week from a group of more than 200 national college leaders who indicated their support for the controversial Common Core education standards by forming the coalition Higher Ed for Higher Standards.

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